Edited by Michael Zanko
Australia comprises a land area of about 7.6 million square km and is the fourth largest country in APEC and the sixth largest in the world. The climate varies from tropical in the north, arid in the middle and temperate in the south through to alpine conditions in the pans of the South-east.
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